The Australia Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AACCI) speaks at a national and international level on behalf of Australian industry engaged in trade and investment with countries of the Arab world.
AACCI serves the interests of Australian companies exporting products and services to the Arab world, and companies from the 22 Arab League States looking to trade with or invest in, Australia.
AACCI is the peak national industry association for two-way trade and investment between Australia and the Arab world. AACCI is a member of the General Union of Arab Chambers of Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture in Arab Countries (GUACCIAAC), and has fostered strong links with the Australian State and Federal governments since we began in 1975.
We are a membership organization dedicated to providing high quality documentation stamping services to ensure safety and security for Arab importers, and Australian exporters.
AACCI is committed to engaging with its members to deliver informative and relevant events. We provide commercial intelligence and introductions that enrich the Australian business communities’ cultural, economic, and social understanding of the Arab world.
We advocate on behalf of our members on policies and regulations that affect their ability to efficiently trade with the Arab world. Our success has been in suggesting policies that best promote bilateral trade. We do this through collective action of our national member network across 5 State chapters. We are also recognized as an independent and trustworthy advocacy group with formal recognition from State and Federal Governments in Australia, and bilateral and multilateral business organizations within Australia and internationally.
In this way, AACCI provides leadership for hundreds of Australian businesses who are involved in bilateral trade with the Arab world. With a population of 420 million people, the Arab world is an $8.5 billion market for Australia’s merchandise exports, advanced services, research collaboration and technology. There are also significant opportunities in areas such as education, health, financial services, advanced manufacturing, infrastructure projects, and all the service sectors that support these industries.
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